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tv   The Papers  BBC News  August 7, 2017 10:45pm-11:01pm BST

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welcome to our look ahead at what is in the papers tomorrow. with me in the studio is the political editor of the sunday express and the comedian and evening standard columnist. thank you both for being with us. let her show the front papers as we have them. the michael fuchsis papers as we have them. the michael fuchs is on the story of a young girl who witnessed her father and flicked a fatal beating on her mother before killing himself in the west midlands. the independent claims that the overall cost of uk membership in the eu is millions of pounds each week. the sun talks about the screening of princess diana's programme. there is also
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thought in the financial times about the paddy power betfair chief quits after transforming the uk gambling industry. and there is talk in the daily telegraph of the women that we re daily telegraph of the women that were short in rio. and in the times, tesco is to stop selling disposable plastic bags in a bid to boost their profits. and in the guardian, us federal workers have been told to stop using the term climate change. let us begin with the daily telegraph and camilla, this story about the formerjcq -- gchq boss telling us that children need digital skills to keep ahead of their rivals. yes, the tricky waters of the summer holidays! how much ta blet of the summer holidays! how much tablet time can they have? this is suggesting that everyone to raise a
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bold, new bright and post—brexit future we need our children to be online and internet savvy which i can getand online and internet savvy which i can get and accept, that is the difficulty for parents because on one hand you do not work them to overdo it with technology, we have seen how studies suggest it can stress children out into the course of cyber—bullying. stress children out into the course of cyber-bullying. on the other hand we need these digital skills and must be up—to—date. we need these digital skills and must be up-to-date. we had the children's commissioner telling us this was full of junk food. children's commissioner telling us this was full ofjunk food. yes, she said you have to have your five portions of digital time each day and for it to be quite monitored. the question is, what is it that children are doing? he is right, digital decoder for this country, but is thatjust digital decoder for this country, but is that just looking at this bid and on twitter or snapchat or are there better skills that could be done? but there is a massive generational divide for millennial is now, they are known as digital peacocks, their lives have no divide
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between the physical and the digital, they feel that they do display their world online, that is life for them now, so it is quite difficult to get the balance right. quite a few brexit is the reason the papers, let us run through them. the telegraph has the brexit secretary handing judges powers to see off rebels, what is that about? this is about the european arrest warrant and this will please the eurosceptic tory mps in the party who basically what the supreme court to have supremacy, pardon the pun, over the eu when it comes to sorting out extradition. they think it is better that these nationals are treated by the courts here than by eu courts that may offer a substantial and substandard judicial system. if he can pledge that, he will keep things happy on his side. the problem is water that is part of the deal because from the other side, senior people in europe will not want this to happen, they will want the ecg to
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still have supremacy, so i suspect this is something that will look to appease the backbenchers, but will it actually worked in the reality of the negotiations? let us look at the independent and another brexit story and they are claiming that what the uk pays to the eu, well, that was set during the eu, well, that was set during the referendum to be at £350 million each week and this newspaper is saying it is half of that. this is an important story because at the ce ntre an important story because at the centre of the successful leave campaign was this bus with the words £350 million each week and a lot of people thought, hang on a minute, that seems like a terribly huge amount of money and we should be putting that back into the nhs. as every week was on with all of these brexit negotiations, we are not getting the hundred and £50 million back and it looks like this figure was inaccurate. there will be a lot of people who will say this is a lot of people who will say this is a lot of money anyway, but truth is really
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important in politics and this was a central plank of the referendum campaign, so people will be up in arms about it. camilla, what about venezuela, jeremy corbyn has been under pressure on his stands over venezuela and the independent has the small headline at the top saying thatjeremy corbyn has broken his silence on dennis wheeler, he is under pressure to condemn the president. yes, he was good friends with the president, his name escapes me, ithink with the president, his name escapes me, i think it is president maduro? he is telling us that he has done great things for the poorer people, even though the foreign office has warned people to stay away with writing on the streets and virus, i am not sure how that is a great testa m e nt to am not sure how that is a great testament to communist ruling. let us testament to communist ruling. let us go onto the son and they have said that spain has done a u—turn on gibraltar? is that correct? yes, there was a big debate about whether
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this was going to be a pawn in the brexit thing, gibraltar, and it looks like the spanish government is telling us that they are not going to try to disrupt the arrangements, which are very, very important and the people in gibraltar want to stay connected to the uk. so, i think thatis connected to the uk. so, i think that is probably the right thing to do. ok. diana's revenge, that channel 4 do. ok. diana's revenge, that channel a programme that was so controversial, we were talking about it earlier. and the fallout, really, from that continues. you were saying, is this a relevant story because the documentary was on sunday night and it seems to be continuing to run. this angle looks at the effect now on prince charles and camilla, the duchess of cornwall, which is quite a significant and interesting question to ask. 0bviously, these tapes that they were discussing backstage half past princess diana in a very good light, we now have 20 years between what her death and today to reflect
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on why she was so unhappy in our marriage and all of these claims that were made about her being unhinged and mentally unstable and this far more kind of mental health conscious times, i think we are looking at a young woman who married into the royal family at 19, married for love and did not realise at the time that her husband was seeing another woman and that continued throughout the early stages of their marriage until it collapsed. it does put her in a very positive light, a lot has been said about whether prince william and prince harry will be approved of these dates being aired. did you think we should have been here? i think diana probably would have been pleased with the outcome because... yes, we saw a human person but also quite a strong person as well, we saw somebody, who, i think, person as well, we saw somebody, who, ithink, probably person as well, we saw somebody, who, i think, probably had quite a lot of fragility with her mental health because of the situation she wasn't, but decided to fight back and fight back she did. there's a line in it, a bit of voice saying,
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what they feared was strong woman and that is the thing that they felt that they could not handle. so actually, it has —— completely ee, actually, it has —— completely agree, i think it has put her any human light, a good light and many have sympathy for her and i think it does create a big pr problem for camilla and charles. the times has tesco stopping selling disposable bags. it seems like not so long ago they only started to sell them. the banning of plastic bags has been one of them were successful campaigns in recent times because everyone com pletely recent times because everyone completely changed their behaviour overnight and that question, do you wa nt overnight and that question, do you want a bag and having to pay for it? that has changed things. so you take your own shopping bags? yes, i do as much as possible but sometimes you do forget. i am like a fiscal stimulus for these bikes are life, i have 150 bags for life in my house because i never have 150 bags for life in my house because i never ever have 150 bags for life in my house because i never ever remember to ta ke
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because i never ever remember to take them with me! that is what this country needs! let us talk about the garden —— the guardian. several workers in the us have been told they cannot use the term climate change any more. yes, it has come from the us department of agriculture, so therefore straight from the oval office and there's this donald trump trying to exert his own climate change denial on the most important department dealing with that? they want the workers to use phrases like weather extremes, we cannot use something about carbon, they cannot use reduce greenhouse gases as a phrase, instead they have to talk about building soil and organic matter and so building soil and organic matter and so on, all sounds like jargon but we must have an open and transparent debate about climate change and its possible effects rather than clouding the issue with terminology used. this isjust clouding the issue with terminology used. this is just classic clouding the issue with terminology used. this isjust classic donald trump, it is like, right, we will
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completely deny the issue of climate change committee has pulled out of the paris agreement and this is very interesting, and interesting line at the end that says it has become clear that the previous administration's priority was climate change, the current administration's is not climate change. donald trump is doubling down on the fact that he is a sceptic when it comes to climate change, which is very worrying for the planet. yes, but we do not know that this has come from the white house, do they? i am sure that it has. staff at the natural resources conservation centre and the department of agriculture. he has pulled out of the climate change agreement and has been quite bullish about the fact that he does not have the same thinking on climate change that other world leaders have, so i think he is very much a sceptic when it comes to this. ok, all right. beulah story we will look at is the cricket. we love our cricket, don't we? we do. i once tried to talk
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about cricket to michael parkinson and he said what the hell do you know about cricket? however, i am familiar with moeen ali. i have two older brothers and the cricket mad husband, so there is no escape! this is talking about moeen ali being put ona par is talking about moeen ali being put on a par with ian botham because she is such a good all—rounder, i think he got five wickets today. the other great thing, this isjewellery‘s first captaincy, alastair cook handed over the captaincy to him and this is his first series, there was one point when it was going all wrong and now it is going very right and in light of laura muir's fourth—place today, which he could not feel for her more, goodness me, at least we have some triumph in another area of town at old trafford. but not in london. moeen ali, so good with the bat—mac as well, the top scorer. yes, i understand ben stokes did well as well. moeen ali committee did not
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play well at all in india last year and everyone was writing him off. that is a great thing about cricket, one minute you are the top man and the next thing you are just a feather duster. everyone is selling you a genius again when you do well. so second chances on the bracket are a lwa ys so second chances on the bracket are always good to observe, i think. well, that was fantastic to see. we love watching our cricket. thank you so love watching our cricket. thank you so much for being with us. thank you. very good to have you with us. that is from the papers and we will see you again very soon. goodbye for now. hello once again. the weather has been unsettled of late and continues in that vein for the next couple of days. monday's weather front which was a nuisance in some parts of the south, gradually creeping a little bit further north but away from the
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cloud associated with that, across scotla nd cloud associated with that, across scotland and northern ireland, well, here, especially the countryside, you will find those temperatures dipping well down into single figures to start the new day on tuesday, but at least here you have a pretty good chance of seeing some decent spells of sunshine, not just bursting for some of you, who will avoid the showers altogether, you will have a dry day. that is not the szczes ny you will have a dry day. that is not the szczesny of this weather fronts, nor indeed anywhere down towards east anglia and the south—east, where we import new cloud, wind and rain from the new continent and perhaps the odd rumble of thunder as temperatures pushed to a disappointing 20 degrees. wednesday, still wet across this east and west quarter, the same of the sunshine for scotland, northern ireland and england and wales. this is bbc news. the headlines at 11pm:
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